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The curious thing was that beneath these superficial facets, Alesana actually consistently delivered outrageously catchy metalcore songs and flamboyant live shows like few of their contemporaries, and perhaps for this reason, the band lives on despite the slightly underwhelming arrival of ‘s “A Place Where The Sun Is Silent” and subsequent substitution of two year guitarist Alex Torres for his predecessor Jake Campbell who is now back in the fold. Perhaps that’s why the closest thing you come to the contagious hooks we’ve come to expect from Shawn Milke’s thin, camp vocals, are bits that bid you “Never forget who you are, stick to your guns” “Ravenous” or “Raise your glass to rock’n’roll” and “Dance around ’til you can almost taste the beat” “Deja Vu All Over Again” or warn us that “If we all take it for granted, music soon will die” “Nevermore”. The band’s goth-tinged theatre-core has always been a bit of a chaotic mix of horror-toned breakdowns and neo-classical guitar harmonies, but at least in earlier days, Milke and Lee would breathe a certain immediacy into the lyrical fantasies that made them endearing see: Even if we disregard such conjecture though, it’s hard not to listen to “The Decade EP” and not worry if the well of inspiration isn’t about to run dry, because what the six tracks offer us is fairly predictable Alesana-salad. Press return for full results. Here, despite the ever improving technicalities of both their vocals and the band’s overall instrumental prowess, it feels like the songwriting has been on almost complete autopilot. At the height of the popularity of screamo and guyliner, the North Carolina sextet Alesana was perhaps the epitomy of any myspace teenagers dream.

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The band’s alesana the decade ep theatre-core has always been a bit of a chaotic mix of horror-toned breakdowns and neo-classical guitar harmonies, but at least in earlier days, Milke and Lee would breathe a certain immediacy into the lyrical fantasies that made them endearing see: Even if we disregard such conjecture though, it’s hard not to listen to “The Decade EP” and not worry if the well of inspiration isn’t about to run dry, because what the six tracks offer us is fairly predictable Alesana-salad.

At the height of the popularity of screamo and guyliner, the North Carolina sextet Alesana was perhaps tne epitomy of any myspace teenagers dream.

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They merely make you go a sort of “oh, Alesana are still here, doing what they always do” – only seemingly less hungry. Thus I feel like “The Decade EP” is ultimately a somewhat unnecessary stopgap release for the band, and that their career is more in need of them looking forward and finding a way to reignite the engaging songwriting that made their first three records ripe with skeptic-convincing numbers like the ones I just mentioned.

The curious thing was that beneath these superficial facets, Alesana actually consistently delivered outrageously catchy metalcore songs and flamboyant live shows like few of their contemporaries, and perhaps for this reason, the band lives on despite the slightly underwhelming arrival of ‘s “A Place Where The Sun Is Silent” and subsequent substitution of two year guitarist Alex Torres for his predecessor Jake Campbell who is now back in the fold.

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Perhaps that’s why the closest thing you come to the contagious hooks we’ve come to alesana the decade ep from Shawn Milke’s thin, camp vocals, are bits that bid you “Never forget who you are, stick to your guns” “Ravenous” or “Raise your glass to rock’n’roll” and “Dance around ’til you can almost taste the beat” “Deja Vu All Over Again” or warn us that “If we all take it for granted, music soon will die” “Nevermore”.

Here, despite the ever improving technicalities of both their vocals and the band’s overall instrumental alesana the decade ep, it feels like the songwriting has been on almost complete autopilot.

Keeping alesna with announcements, the band was supposedly working on the third chapter of the trilogy that’s so far included “The Emptiness” and “A Place Where The Sun Is Silent”, but opted to postpone this in order to release and tour the recently outed “The Decade EP” in celebration of the band’s ten year anniversary.